The top five albums on the iTunes music charts for the most recent weekly sales period:

The top five albums on the iTunes music charts for the most recent weekly sales period:

v “4:44”: Jay Z

v “Something To Tell You”: Haim

v “Issa Album”: 21 Savage

v “Evolve”: Imagine Dragons

v “ Divide”: Ed Sheeran

“Little Big Shots: FOREVER YOUNG” (8 P.M., NBC): Sometimes talented people have a skill that might defy admiration. Case in point: Tonight’s installment features someone called the “pickpocket king.”

TV listings, C5


Big Smo, Colt Ford at Buffalo Hollow


Country rap artists Big Smo and Colt Ford will headline the seventh annual Niki Feezle Cystic Fibrosis benefit concert Friday and Saturday at Buffalo Hollow, 51367 Dickson Road.

Gates open at 5 p.m. both days. Two-day pass tickets are $30 in advance at, and $40 at the door. Single day tickets are $30 for Friday and $10 for Saturday. Camping RVs are $50, and tents are $25 (admission not included).

Big Smo and Colt Ford will perform Friday. Saturday’s lineup includes the Full Circle Band and Southern Rock Superstars. Both evenings will be capped with fireworks.

Disney Live! show coming to Covelli


Disney Live! Mickey and Minnie’s Doorway to Magic will come to Covelli Centre on Oct. 29 for two shows: 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.

The show includes dozens of Disney characters in magical scenes. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. July 25 at, by phone at 1-800-745-3000 and at the Covelli box office. Tickets range from $15 to $55.

Zac Brown visits teen in hospital


Singer Zac Brown has visited a teenager in a hospital who missed the band’s latest Philadelphia concert after he was paralyzed in a swimming pool accident.

Seventeen-year-old Thomas Schoettle hit his head and injured his neck last month after diving into the pool. He missed Brown’s concert Saturday, so Brown flew to Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital in Malvern and visited him Sunday. Brown autographed several items for Schoettle, visited with hospital staff and gave Schoettle tickets to next year’s show.

Zac Brown and his band will perform at Stambaugh Stadium in Youngstown on Aug. 24.

Artist talk, reading


A free artist talk and literary reading will take place Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. at YWCA Youngstown, 25 W. Rayen Ave.

Several artists who had artwork accepted in the 35th annual Women Artists: A Celebration! exhibition will discuss their creative process. Included are Suzanne Brown, Cheryl Eddie Deibel and Elise McKeown Skolnick.

Also that evening, members of Lit Youngstown will present a reading featuring ekphrastic writing, or poems and stories that respond to the visual art on exhibit. Original work by Mari Alschuler, Kris Harrington, Arya-Francesca Jenkins and Shanon Maple will be presented.

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